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Cotswold Vale Alpacas


Its a long time since the website has been updated, please accept our apologies!

A lots has happen in the last 5 years, the farm has grown and developed, we currently have 42 Alpacas plus 11 Pygmy Goats, including a minature pygmy billy and 3 minature pygmy nannies who hopefully will be having babies in the next few months, very excited for these to start arriving!

We are also extremely busy with our Alpaca Experience Visits on and off the farm, we have lots of visitors coming to the farm to meet, feed and walk with the alpacas, we also do Alpaca Therapy with some of our boys, on the farm but also off the farm.  We are also busy taking the boys out to Hosiptals & Care/Resdentail Homes, there are great success and it is very rewarding to see how the light up peoples lives.



But I think the biggest thing to happen is we reached our dream and built our dream home on the farm.   Four and half years after we got our temporary permission to live on site, in November 2013 we got planning permission to build our farmhouse.  And in Janaury 2014 we started the first stages of the build, putting in the driveway, in April 2014 the foundations for the house were dug out and concreted and the build began.  It took just over a year to build, with Tony doing all the building work, working evenings and weekends (still doing his day job building houses out on site!)  and we just had tradesmen in to do the electic wiring and the heating & plumbing. 


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* * * * * OPEN DAY * * * * *
Sunday 8th Sept 13
2 - 5pm
All welcome, we are raising funds for Charity
 McMillian Cancer Support and Help for Heroes.
Please come along to support these very worthy causes and meet our gorgeous alpacas and their new babies, get the chance to walk an alpaca and have your photo with one.

If you would to keep up with day to day life on our smallholding please visit OUR BLOG


Cosmo & Ewen were a great hit at the Hampton Ferry Charity Gala Day. (Summer 2011)

Our Open Day was a great success, the weather was kind to us, we had lots and lots of visitors and we raised £434.71 for two very worthy causes. (July 2011)


We would like to give a BIG THANK YOU to everyone that supported us with organising & running the day, and a special thank you all the visitors as without them the day would not have been such a great success.





*** Also Huacaya Studs available, Black, White & Mid Fawn ***


Click here for more details on Suri Stud Male and also available Huacaya Stud Males, Black, White & Mid Fawn


After lots of dreaming, researching and planning we have finally purchased our own land and have been given planning permission for a temporary agricultural dwelling for a three year period.  This is so we can prove our business is viable and have the need for a permanent farm house. (2008/9)

Read our story "We had a Dream"

CRIA NEWS  - updated 22\05\09

Cria 2011 - Wow what a year we have had, again we have been blessed with some gorgeous healthy cria, twevle in total, some absolutaly stunning babies, and fingers crossed a couple potential studs!  So with 7 boys and 5 girls our herd had now expanded to 35.  Photos to follow.

If you would like to hear more about this years births please visit our blog

Cria 2010

  • This year we have been blessed with eight gorgeous additions to our herd.  With the birth of eight new cria ( 5 boys & 3 girls) it will be a joy to see how these gorgeous little buddles of fleece grow and develope.  Very exciting.

Cria 2009

  • 21/05/09 we had our first new arrival of the year - Cotswold Vale Faith.  Anastasia our lovely coffee coloured  female gave birth to a beautiful chocolate coloured little girl.   She was 16 days late!!  But arrived on a perfect day - it was my Dad's birthday who had sadly passed away 2 years ago from cancer, so call me soft or what but I believe its a sign to have faith in our dreams and follow them through!!
  • We've had our very first new arrival to our foundation herd.  On Sunday 6th July 2008, Toyah gave birth to a little black boy, after a bit of a worrying start both mother and baby both doing well. 

  • 31st July 2008 - More new arrivals.  Both our Suri girls have given birth within a couple of days of each, both giving us beautiful little girls - "Bonnie & Cleo".

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